American Sign Language Class : Beginners
Instructor: Hazel Davis
The dates for our next round of Beginner’s ASL will be announced soon and they will be posted here when available.
Cost of the class is $75 and does not include the cost of the required book: “Signing Illustrated” by Mickey Flodin (any edition is fine)
Hearing & Speech Screenings for Schools
The Savannah Speech and Hearing Center offers FREE walk-in speech and hearing screenings every Thursday mornings from 9:00 to 11:00 AM. Children and adults are screened on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Georgia Southeastern Cleft Lip & Palate Clinic
The Georgia Southeastern Cleft Lip and Palate Clinic has as its main purpose the optimum care and treatment of children born with cleft lip and/or palate. The Clinic was founded in March 1981 and is composed of an interdisciplinary team for the management of problems associated with cleft lip and palate. The Clinic utilizes many specialists to provide both physical and psychological support, thus promoting normal growth and development.
Plastic Surgery Ear, Nose and Throat Medical Orthodontia/Dentistry Psychology/Social Work Genetics Speech Pathology/Audiology Other Services As Needed Referrals are accepted from physicians and/or medical personnel from within the 24 county southeast Georgia geographical region. The Clinic meets on the third Tuesday of alternate months beginning in February of each year. Ask the staff of the Savannah Speech and Hearing Center for information regarding the Clinic.
Inservices provided by staff speech-language pathologists and audiologists are offered to preschool and school teachers and paraprofessionals. Please contact the Center if you would like to schedule an inservice for your staff.
Hammond for Hope Library
The Hammond for Hope Library is the first and only library for the deaf and hard of hearing in this area. The library contains books, videos, and magazines about deafness and hearing loss which can be a resource for deaf individuals and their families, educators, students, and others who want to learn more about hearing loss and deafness.The library officially opened in May, 1999 and has had many visitors to date. The library is open and free to the public. It is funded by the Hammond for Hope Foundation and through private donations. The library is housed at Savannah Speech and Hearing Center and is staffed by volunteers.